What happened at The Last Supper?
The Last Supper (otherwise known as The Passover), Jesus changed the way the Passover is to be observed, the most obvious is in what is called The Communion - the ceremony of eating the portion of unleavened bread and drinking the wine that remembers Jesus' sacrifice. He is the Lamb to which a million lambs slain in the past points.
"...This is My body which is given for you: THIS DO IN REMEMBRANCE OF ME... this cup is the new testament in My blood, which is shed for you." (Luke 22:19-20)
This is the NEW way the Passover is to be observed. It's a solemn MEMORIAL to be kept from year to year, until Jesus returns.
Another little known ceremony He began that night that people tend to willingly forget is the "foot-washing" ceremony when the King of kings and Lord of lords stooped on the floor and washed His disciples' feet.
"If I then, your Lord and Master, have washed your feet; ye also ought to wash one another's feet. For I HAVE GIVEN YOU AN EXAMPLE, THAT YE SHOULD DO AS I HAVE DONE TO YOU." (John 13:14-15)
The Lord met with his apostles for the last time before He returned to His father. At this "Last Supper" he told them what they had to do at their gatherings so that they would remember Him. They were to bless bread and water (Wine) and eat and drink in rememberance of His body and His blood which he gave as a sansom for all mankind. This Sacrament is performed at every Sabbath Day meeting held by faithful members of His church.
Or Jesus and his disciples sat down and Jesus gave them white
bread and red wine theses are sacraments theses represent Jesus'
blood and flesh.
Then Jesus Talked about Jesus' death and etc..
Then Jesus was taken away to be put on the cross which was on good Friday.
Last Supper is a passage in the Bible that describes the last meal Jesus had with his disciples before he was captured, tortured and killed. It is part of the New Testament, not the Old. Anything that happened before Christ, is part of the Old Testament. Anything that happened during Christ's life and beyond, is part of the New Testament.
Jewish people do not recognize Jesus as special; therefore they would not be concerned with a Last Supper. Some Jewish people have heard of this last meal in Jerusalem and acknowledge that it happened, but would acknowledge it only as a historical event and would excise the theological claims made there.
This was categorized under 'The Last Supper', so I'm going to conclude that you were referring to that. The Last Supper was not bad, however what proceeded the day after and what the Last Supper stood for is rather grotesque. The Last Supper was, in the New Testament, the Last Supper that Jesus ate with his disciples, and the one in which he gave his last words of wisdom. The proceeding day, Jesus was set…